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the Psalms, the Shroud, the Light

Let the light of Your face shine upon us, O Lord - Psalm 4:6

Julie, this is where we can leave notes on marketing?  4/1/20201

APRIL - Easter, etc.

Ideas for FB posts to gain interaction: 


April 10/11 - Divine Mercy Sunday

There is an interesting connection, or even a Divine Coincidence, between the Shroud of Turin and the original Vilnius, Divine Mercy Image.


When the Divine Mercy Image is overlaid on the face of Jesus Christ on the 1966 high-resolution image of the Shroud of Turin, we see a beautiful composite that shows that the features and proportions align.  This is as close as we can get to a photograph of the face of Jesus Christ. In the words of St. Thomas of Aquinas. “To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary.  To one without faith, no explanation is possible.” 

1)  pictures of us/others with those lit up crosses (made out of wood, strung with Christmas lights) folks were putting in their yards last year - "show us yours"


2) Tom's story about sharing Silent Witness - "what movie sturck a chord with your soul?" - or just introducing family through Tom's viewpoint

3) Laura - birthday month, lived closest to Dad, I have video/pics of Marshall helping dad get first 3D printer running at dining room table.... 



MAY:  Mother's Day, Rachel's bday (she's my number one secretary LOL), Memorial Day, all the Catholic feast days?  

May 18 - JPII's bday 

John Paul II visited the Shroud in 1998 and called the relic a "mirror of the Gospel".  with pic


 feasts on the General Roman Calendar celebrated during the month of May are:

1.Joseph the Worker, Opt. Mem. - there's Joseph :)
2.Fifth Sunday of Easter, Sunday
3.Philip and James, Feast
9.Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Sunday
10.Damien de Veuster, priest; John of Avila, Opt. Mem.
12.Nereus and Achilleus; Pancras, martyrs, Opt. Mem.
13.Ascension of the Lord; Our Lady of Fatima, Opt. Mem.
14.Matthias, Feast
15.Isidore the Farmer (USA), Opt. Mem. - supporting farming in the US
16.Ascension or the Seventh Sunday of Easter, Solemnity
18.John I, Opt. Mem.
20.Bernardine of Siena, Opt. Mem.
21.Christopher Magallanes and companions; Eugene de Mazenod (Canada), Opt. Mem.
22.Rita of Cascia, Opt. Mem.
23.Pentecost Sunday; Whitsunday, Solemnity
25. St. Bede the Venerable; St. Gregory VII; St. Mary Magdalene de Pazzi, virgin, Opt. Mem.
26.Philip Neri, Memorial
27.Augustine of Canterbury, Opt. Mem.
30.Trinity Sunday, Solemnity
31.Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Feast - in advance for Mother's Day

JUNE:  Father's Day....end of school, beginning of Spring, or we could always consult the "National Day of..." webpage to see what to celebrate for fun LOL:  June National Days (

Russian Language Day (do something orthodox), Best Friends Day, Chocolate Ice Cream Day (LOL), Nature Photography Day??  Lots of opportunites to interact end engage.  You get the idea - maybe we let family members pick a "day" and be responsible for writing a post???

Gasoline Alley??  - we could start including "friends of Dad/Shroudies"...??

JULY:  Independence Day/Family, LYLSA first sale online 5th anniversary (on eBay in 2016).


Holy Thurs

“Some say the linen of the Shroud is so fine it is more like table linen.  Could the Shroud have been the table cloth used at the Last Supper ?”


Good Friday

“It is finished.”  with Shroud pic


Holy Saturday

Pope Benedict XVI described Shroud as  "icon of Holy Saturday".  (find actual quote) add pic 

Easter Sunday

“Death is swallowed up in victory. Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?

1 Cor 15:54-55”    Shroud left in tomb pic 

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